The AirPods 3 release date, which is talked about when each Apple event is announced, may be closer than we think.
AirPods, which most Apple users prefer, has been waiting for renewal for years. Although Apple has released Pro and Studio models for this brand, it has not been involved with the main model for a while. We thought we would see the AirPods 3 product, which we now expect from every Apple event in March, but our excitement increased even more with the reliable analyst’s claim.
AirPods 3 may debut on September 14
Every time the Apple event is announced, the next generation AirPods are not missing from our expectation list. Although Apple lost its dominance in the wireless headset market in the last quarter, it maintains its leading position. We expected to meet the next generation AirPods, at least in March 2022, to somehow recover from this decline.
According to the latest report from the famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we can meet AirPods 3 on Sept 14. While we are ready to meet the new generation in March, it will be a big surprise to come across a new wireless headset. There are also two scenarios that the analyst has determined regarding the price, along with the launch date:
First scenario: AirPods 2 will remain on sale, but AirPods 3 will be more expensive.
Second scenario: AirPods 3 will cost the same as AirPods 2 ($199), but AirPods 2 will be discontinued.
We don’t know at this point which of these two scenarios Apple will choose. When we meet AirPods 3 as said on September 14, we will soon learn what strategy to follow.
What does AirPods 3 offer?
The next generation AirPods will come with a big change in design. According to the popular opinion, it will be very similar to the AirPods Pros design, but the specs won’t be as good. One of the most curious about the headphones, the problem with the silicone tip is still not clear. We can also see a non-silicone tip like the current version of the earphone, or a silicone tip like the AirPods Pro. While the silicone tip design enhances the music experience, it’s a matter of preference.